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Travel Blogs from Indialantic
... off most of my life.
Do l like cruising? No, l love cruising!
l love being in different places, l love meeting different people. It's become part of my life.
With flying, l remember getting books as soon as l could read, l'd spend hours just watching birds fly and when l was old enough l got a flying license. It cost me a heck of a lot of money but looking back, the best bit of money l'd ever spent.
Now l am preparing to ...
... were ready, it seems like my past experience has been around
2. The Windjammer Cafe was crowded for lunch, but there was sufficient room and good
food. After an afternoon of unpacking and exploring ship, my steward
Michael knocked on my door and told me it was time to leave for the
muster drill. The drill seemed to have a bit of a split personality. It
seemed we were expected to be organized on deck ahead of time but when ...
So the end of the cruise... We were up bright and early and went down to Artist Pallet to have breakfast. No escargot, no eggs Benedict. It was at Breakfast that we found out that one of Rays friends had heard from his family that his Grandfather had a stroke. Really? It seemed like we were cursed. So when anyone asks "How was your vacation" I think all of us are going to answer...
... untanglement. Have to sell the Orlando house and I will use the Indialantic area as my home base.
I fell in love with this area about 25 years ago. I had just left a job with Carnival Cruise Lines where I was a purser. I didn't want to live in South Florida anymore. I found it pretentious and materialistic. I was looking for the real Florida I had always dreamed about since I was a child growing up in New York.
... then attacking again. I wasn’t headed in any direction, just going. Being part of it. Feeling my place.
As one spends several days at the ocean, I mean when your room is right on the ocean, you see the different personalities it has. There is a rhythm to its beauty. Sometimes swells develop for just an hour or two where great surfing arises then dissipates just as fast. Lines of bait fish swim by in the millions and the birds and fish and mammals have a feast, then ...